Adam Peaty is an athlete who was born in Uttoxeter, England, UK in 28/12/1994 and is now 29 years old. Adam Peaty has a net worth of $2 Million.
What is Adam Peaty Net Worth?
Adam Peaty's net worth is 2 Million.
How old is Adam Peaty?
Adam Peaty is 29 years old.
What is Adam Peaty Birthday?
Adam Peaty's birthday is 28/12/1994.
What is Adam Peaty Zodiac Sign?
Adam Peaty's zodiac sign is Capricornus.
What is Adam Peaty's Real Birth Name?
Adam Peaty's real birth name is Adam George Peaty .
Where is Adam Peaty's Birthplace?
Adam Peaty's birthplace is Uttoxeter, England, UK.
How Tall is Adam Peaty?
Adam Peaty height is 6'3''.
What is Adam Peaty Nationality?
Adam Peaty nationality is United Kingdom.
What are Adam Peaty's Professions?
Adam Peaty's professions are Swimmer.
Who is Adam Peaty?
Adam Peaty is an English competitive swimmer who specialises in the breaststroke. He won the gold medal in the 100 metre breaststroke at the 2016 Summer Olympics, the first by a male British swimmer in 24 years, and retained the title at the 2020 Summer Olympics in 2021, the first British swimmer ever to retain an Olympic title. He is also an eight-time World Champion, a sixteen-time European Champion and a four-time Commonwealth Champion. According to FINA itself, Peaty is widely regarded as the dominant breaststroke swimmer of his era, and the most dominant sprint breaststroke swimmer of all time.
Peaty is the holder of the world record in 50 metre and 100 metre breaststroke events, and is unbeaten in either event in a long-course global championships since 2014, a streak of eight consecutive global titles across both events, a streak of titles only broken by injury-caused absence in 2022. He has broken world records 14 times, becoming the first man to swim under 26 seconds for the 50 metre breaststroke and the first to swim the 100 metre breaststroke under both 58 and 57 seconds. He is the first swimmer ever to win both sprint breaststroke events at the same World championships, and the most successful British swimmer in a single World Championships.
Peaty is one of only five British swimmers, with David Wilkie, Rebecca Adlington, James Guy, and Duncan Scott to have won gold medals at all four major international events (Olympic, World, European and Commonwealth Games), and with David Wilkie the only swimmers to hold all four major gold medals in the same single event at the same time, a feat he completed in winning the 100 metre breaststroke at the 2016 Olympics, and which he uniquely maintained through the 2020 Olympics. Peaty is a six-time European swimmer of the year which he has won consecutively from 2014 to 2019, and also a two-time World swimmer of the year in 2015 and 2018.